Looking for rich, thick, flavorful sauces, soups, stews, and gravies on a gluten-free, Paleo, or AIP diet? Learn how to make a delicious roux using cassava or plantain flour and incorporate them into your cooking!
Making broth in the Instant Pot is a breeze, allows you to reuse bones more times than you can on the stovetop or in a slow cooker, and is so quick you can make the amount of broth that previously took a week in just one long afternoon!
I am excited to introduce you to a wonderful naturally paleo dish from Puerto Rico called "pasteles". Pasteles are similar to tamales, but the dough is made from gluten-free and grain-free tropical fruit, root, and vegetable starches. Pasteles are a traditional holiday food in Puerto Rico, with many families making them while everyone is together. Having extra hands does make the process go a lot faster! I hope you enjoy the recipe, and don't forget to watch the videos I made to accompany it -- they are critical for your success in making these!
Rachel from Grok Grub stopped by to share an AMAZING recipe with us today: bacon garlic short-rib loaded sweet potatoes. Yeah, you read that right! The best part is that you use your slow cooker for the meat, which makes this a great meal to make when you are pressed for time! It features satisfying healthy fats and nourishing bone broth and is a recipe that I expect to become a staple in my own kitchen. Enjoy!!
In December 2009, I was 25 years old and weighed 210 lbs. I was obese for my 5'5" frame, never felt well, and was popping handfuls of pills every day just to get by. I was taking anti-depressants, anxiolytics, prescription sleeping pills, courses of Prilosec once or twice a month, acid-blocking pills or antacid tablets 1-3 times a day, anti-diarrhea pills several days a week, and I was constantly catching respiratory infections and frequently took courses of antibiotics.